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  1. CheezyK

    Take care xx

  2. Appetite Affliction

    Awesome! I’m not a huge fan of raisins, but thanks for linking to your tobasco pb cookies! Surely I could smoosh the two recipes together somehow to create a super no-egg and no-raisin recipe?! 😉

  3. theresa

    Gorgeous! I’m having a vegan stall at O Week Market Day on Wednesday and these look just perfect to make. Of course, mine will be the 5 ingredient version!

  4. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    Hmmm I’m intrigued to try 😛

  5. Dayna

    I missed your last post somehow, so I’m late in sending lots of good vibes and hugs and “feel betters”… but, well, feel better! It sounds like it was absolutely terrifying and I am super glad you’re okay and feeling better.

    And yea, those cookies aren’t the prettiest… but they sound like they’re going to taste amazing. (And with such simple ingredients, I know I’ll be trying them!)

  6. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    Oh dear I hope you are recovering well! Scary scary thing to happen. And those cookies not only sound delicious but are actually less ugly than most of the things I bake…heh heh.

  7. Choc Chip Uru

    3 ingredients are way too awesome a recipe to miss 🙂

    Choc Chip Uru

  8. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I do love 3 ingredient recipes! Although I must respectfully disagree, they’re not ugly at all! 😀

  9. Catherine

    Lovely recipe to try, sound like Canadian Anzac biscuits! Glad you’re on the mend. Take care Xcat

  10. JohannaGGG

    indeed! I think that is cheating to use a raisin cinnamon swirl peanut butter as one ingredient – I was sure that all 3 ingredients were neatly fitted into the title of the bikkies and then you started talking about flax and I got confused – but you are just sharing the concussion – right 🙂

    seriously though, they sound delicious!

  11. Hotly Spiced

    I’m surprised you are up and in the kitchen. I bet your mother has had something to say about that! I think your biscuits look lovely and I would like to try that peanut butter if only I could find it here xx

  12. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Mmmmm…wobbly brain cookies. They look pretty coherent to me, and scrumptious! Hope you are feeling less fuzzy-headed soon, m’dear.

  13. janet @ the taste space

    Haha, awesome. These remind me of “I Can’t Believe It’s a Cookie” Cookie from my youth: 1 cup PB, 1 cup sugar and 1 egg. 🙂

  14. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Cookies are one thing I don’t associate you with (as opposed to chocolate, no-bake treats, peanut butter and whole raw vegetetables in a sitting…they’re all yours), but it seems entirely fitting that when you do make them, they are peanut butter based, flourless, and having an ingredient list that is beautiful in its simplicity!

    I hope this is a sign that you really are on the mend, and also that these now fuel even more mending and resting 🙂

  15. FoodFeud

    Wow, so easy! I think they look really tasty. Glad you’re healing up alright.

  16. Emma


    You’ve got me intrigued. I’ve never had flavored peanut butter, but I want to try it! I bet it will make my daily sammies next level. Squelch.

  17. Libby

    Oh no Hannah! Hope you are okay now! Coconut sugar always make things better though 🙂 xx

  18. Kath Lockett

    Ah, a slight cheat using ‘cinnamon / raisin / peanut butter’ but I’ll read below about your concussion and forgive you anyway!

  19. Allysia

    I still think “5-ingredient” still sounds pretty damn impressive for cookies, ha ha! Also thanks for sharing another great-looking snack recipe, it’s always nice to have healthy-ish recipes to fall back on for treats. And I still need to play with coconut sugar!

  20. Yasmeen @ Wandering Spice

    Why do you do this to me, seriously? Providing cookie recipes that are so delicious and accessible and not full of crap ingredients!?!?!?!?!

    In all seriousness I have to agree with the comment above, that I was surprised to see cookies in this space. Then I read the recipe and it allll became clear 🙂 Hope you are recovering from that concussion!

  21. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Oh my dear Hannah you are even managing to bake after all this awful fall business. Bless you. They look freakin delicious. How ARE you?
    Heidi xo

  22. K

    This is my type of recipe!!! Sorry to hear about your concussion.

  23. msihua

    Mmm still won’t try these 😛 Where is the bacon honey?

  24. Louise

    I’ve never used flax like that, or at all now I come to think about it. It does look intriguing. I’m still uncertain about the whole coconut thing- fat and sugar. I need to do more research. I’m in training for Paris still and not making any sort of biscuits any who.

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